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Take Time to Meditate on Reflections in Your Photography

If you want to add visual interest to your images, try incorporating reflections into your photography. They are beautiful ethereal and make the picture look more artistic. Here are some tips to get you started: Choose a subject with strong reflective quality. A brightly colored person or scene will grab attention, but just about anything can be a great reflection. You can shoot buildings, animals, bicycles, boats, and more.

Mirror-like reflections are best captured on a very calm day with very little wind. You can also use certain camera settings and equipment to capture reflections midday and night. The key is to find a sheltered location. Once you have found the perfect spot, all you need to do is wait for the right moment. Then, try to frame your subject to the best advantage. You can experiment with composition and lighting and experiment to see which angle will work best.

In most cases, a reflection can add a dreamy, abstract quality to a photo. Water also lends a sense of serenity to the scene. To make the most of reflections in your photography, you'll need to shoot in calm conditions. If the surrounding scene is noisy, wind will cause ripples on the surface, blowing trees around and blurring the background.

If you want to make water reflections more artistic, try experimenting with different colors and patterns. In the late afternoon, golden light will illuminate objects that cast reflections. Avoid shooting directly into the sun, as this will make the reflections dark. Always remember that composition is an essential part of your photography. In addition to choosing a color, you can also choose a subject with a different background.

In addition to using reflective objects to enhance your photography, you can also capture them anywhere. Most reflective surfaces are made of water, but you can use them anywhere you want. These reflections can be quite inspiring! To create a photograph full of reflections, you must consider the perspective of your subject. In this way, you can achieve the maximum amount of reflections. You can also use a polarizing filter to eliminate the reflections.

To make your reflection photos look more interesting, you should position the subject closer to the reflective surface. This will allow you to focus on the reflection and place the subject with the sky in the background. You can also use different settings to create a more exciting photo. For example, a higher shutter speed will freeze the movement in the water. On the other hand, you can also use a slow shutter speed if the reflections are in the foreground.

Below is a simple way to play around with reflections by Kevin

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